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Violent Video Games Don't Cause Essay

… Dr. Phil McGraw, a popular television psychologist, spoke up too, and argued that violent video games were responsible for this killer's actions.

The most visible anti-video game critic, attorney Jack Thompson, appeared on Fox News right after the tragedy to assert that the violent game Counter-Strike was likely the game that the lone shooter had played, in order to get his ideas of this bloody mayhem. However, when the Virginia Tech Review Panel issued its final report, it turned out that the shooter "did not play video games" (procon.org).

Meanwhile, Michael D. Gallagher -- president and CEO of the Entertainment Software Association -- writes in U.S. News (as a guest columnist) that parents are "…the best arbiters of determining what is right for their children"…. [read more]


Pros and Cons of Playing Video Games Research Paper

… Recreation

Pros and Cons of Playing Video Games

Do playing violent video games lead children to act out these violent video games in society?

A study reported on in the March issue of Psychological Bulletin, a journal of the American Psychological Association, shows that playing violent video games often increases violent thinking, attitudes and behaviors among those who play them. It also shows that playing these games does nothing to promote positive social behaviors. Craig Anderson a Psychologist at Iowa State University and his team looked at existing studies of 130,000 people from the U.S., Europe and Japan. His findings held true for players in Western and Eastern cultures, for male and female players and for players of various ages (LaRue Huget, 2010).

This study…. [read more]


Video Games and Violence in Children Research Paper

… Video Games and Violence in Children

The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines a video game as an electronic game that is played on a video screen and often emphasizes fast action ("Video games"). Computer games are also referred to as video games and according to the encyclopedia Britannica, it is any game which is interactive that is operated by computer circuitry. The machines on which electric games are played include general purpose shared and personal computers, arcade consoles, video consoles that are connected to television sets and handheld game machines. Video game as a term represents the totality of these formats or more specifically those games played on devices that have video displays like television or arcade consoles.

Video game culture

Video game culture is a…. [read more]


Video Games and Violence Essay

… Video Games and Violence

Violent video games: Pro and Con

Despite being more than thirty years old, video games' contribution (or lack thereof) to the rise in violence amongst America's youth remains an open question. Researchers who have striven to establish a link between playing violent video games and an increased tendency to engage in 'real life' violence support their case by noting that a video game player is encouraged to assume the role of the violent offender. Unlike television, where the viewer is a passive spectator, the video game participant acts aggressively in order to have a winning role in the game and/or to score many points. This has a physical impact upon the player: "Heart rate, systolic blood pressure, and diastolic blood pressure…. [read more]


Video Games on Children Owing Research Paper

… It was found by splitting two groups, one being the control group and the other being the experiment group. One group was given the video game consoles and the other was not. There results were that the kids who did not have gaming consoles spent more time studying than those boys that had these gaming consoles. In fact, the time that the kids with gaming consoles were half of what was spent by the kids who did not have video game consoles (Grill, 2010).

A University Psychologist from Iowa researched that Parents need to do more than just look at the age rating of a certain video game. Parents need to look at the game works and play it with the kids to see what…. [read more]


Internet Media and Its Impact Essay

… File sending

The Internet has also enabled the sending of files to be easier. For example, it has become easier for people to send videos to their friends, who may be living in another country without any difficulty. It may not be so practical to send a big package with the video; however, a person can do that by sending it via the e-mail.

Loads of information

The research shows that, the internet has got more information which is essential to those people who are doing research rather than buying the books or going to libraries to do research. The search engines for example, the Google and the Yahoo tends to be available whenever one is in need of.

Entertainment

Research has also shown that…. [read more]


Sports Management Facilities as a Sports Events Research Paper

… Sports Management

Facilities

As a sports events organizers there is a lot of responsibility that is involved. First would be able to find out the condition of the facilities being used for the baseball game. It would be to look for the best baseball fields. It would be important to make sure that facilities and cleaned for the use and also that they are safe. For example, the benches that the fans will be sitting on have to be secure a clean it there is tall grass on the baseball field. Them it will be my job to make sure that Th baseball field is manicured. The next thing to do would be to make sure everything is prepared such as the preparation (for instance…. [read more]


Parenting Styles and the Impact of Alcohol Term Paper

… Parenting Styles and the Impact of Alcohol Consumption of College Freshmen Aged Men

Introduction to Area of Interest

Whether or not parents want to admit it, they have the biggest and most profound impact upon their children's lives than anyone else. Parents, by nurturing and encouraging their children, can develop securely attached children; overly criticizing children or punishing them in an overly-harsh way can develop children who are anxious or aggressive (Harris, 2011). By selecting a child's school or the neighborhood where a child grows up, the parent generally is directing the course of a life -- another aspect of evidence which demonstrates that parents have a tremendous amount of influence on their children and the way their lives unfold (Harris, 2011). Particular areas of…. [read more]


Fibromyalgia Syndrome (Fms) Term Paper

… Some scientists believe that central nervous system dysfunction could be the cause of these unexplained conditions. Muhammad Yunus referred to these comorbid conditions as "central sensitivity syndromes." (Facts of Life, 2002).

Present Understanding of FM: (Again General Concept for the Concept Paper)

The diagnostic criteria for classifying fibromyalgia were finally established and published in 1990 by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR). These criteria were widely accepted because they reflected the results of research published by 20 clinical investigators throughout the United States and Canada.

The ACR criteria for the classification of FM are:

History of widespread pain (must be present for at least 3 months)

Pain is considered widespread when all of the following are present:

1. Pain in the left and right side…. [read more]


Social Media the Exponential Growth Thesis

… Social Media

The exponential growth of the Internet has created an astronomical number of options for communication, connectivity, entertainment and knowledge attainment, right at the fingertips of any connected individual. One of the most important functions of the internet is that it creates a virtual world where interaction is possible, be it to seek obscure messages or not so obscure pastime opportunities within the confines of ones own home. The stress of this function is that without leaving home an individual, theoretically could live nearly their entire life. This as a theory has both positive and negative outcomes, many of which are yet to be realized and/or studied from a sociological and/or psychological perspective.

The foundations of social media networking sites, like facebook, twitter, youtube…. [read more]


South Korean & German Trade Show Industry Dissertation

… Trade Show Industry in Germany and South Korea



Trade as Marketing and Communication



Area of Study



Study Components



The History of Trade



History of Trade Shows



Patterns of Trade Shows



Marketing Theories



Trade Shows and Market Entry



Development of the Trade Show Industry



Contributions of the Trade Show Industry



Marketing Processes in the Trade Show Industry



Marketing Planning and Tactical Considerations in the Trade Show Industry



Qualitative vs. Quantitative Research



Data Analysis Plan



COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF THE TRADE SHOW INDUSTRY…. [read more]


Interscholastic Sports and Academics Essay

… Yet another study of 8th graders -- this one in a middle school in Omaha, Nebraska during the 1998-99 school year -- showed that "Both male and female athletes had significantly higher GPAs than non-athletes of the same sex," Stern reports (191).

Not all research indicates that there is clearly a strong relationship between playing sports and doing well in the classroom. Professor Feng S. Din of the University of Virginia conducted a study of five high schools in rural areas of Kentucky, in the Appalachian Mountains area. The professor selected 225 students that played basketball, football, baseball, track, volleyball, softball and cheerleading. Four of the six teams selected were boys and 2 were girls' teams. The grades of all 225 students were noted before…. [read more]


Images Boys Girls Offered Today Research Paper

… The media does not only teach girls with regard to the attitudes they need to employ, as they also provide them with a scenario concerning likely outcomes.

Boys are often provided with commercial showing them as GI Joes or as taking on macho attitudes. They are influenced to think that they have to be competitive, independent, and that it would be wrong for them to be emotionally attached to something. "Despite the fact that men have considerably more economic and political power in society than women, these trends - although different from those which affect women and girls - are very damaging to boys" (Gender Issues In The Media).

Media Advertising

The media "play a strong role in defining gender appropriateness through the images they…. [read more]


Technological Innovation Essay

… Did they have any quality time together and have real face-to-face communication? They probably didn't.

There are people that belong to book clubs. The members read the same book and meet to discuss various parts of the book. It's a social as well as an intellectual activity. They may relate some personal anecdote to a certain passage in the book they just read. Everyone has a chance to participate. On the other hand, our digitally literate students find that reading a book is way too long as opposed to seeing a video. Then they'll merrily text back and forth to each other and not necessarily about the video.

This small gadget, the "smart" phone holds so much promise for productivity. However, what are students using…. [read more]


Different Preferences in Learning Between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting Dissertation

… ¶ … Preferences in Learning between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting

The way training is delivered in a corporate environment has a tremendous effect on results. This study investigates the role of culture in the learning styles of adult French and American students enrolled in online training programs at an international university. Using Kolb's learning style inventory, the learning style preferences of respondents in both cultural groups will be classified as divergers, convergers, accommodators, and assimilators, reflecting their general tendencies toward learning environments as conceptualized by Kolb (1985). The assumption is that Americans prefer to learn from action-oriented methods and are more comfortable learning from activities that are not job related, such as role plays and games, than do their French…. [read more]


Pedagogic Model: Teaching Technology in Special Education Dissertation

… " (Dougiamas, 1998) Such trivial constructivism, though, is the bedrock from which Glaserfelds more radical constructivism springs. He continues to state that because knowledge is constructed by the learner, and because no two learners are the same, knowledge itself is not absolute. There is a degree to which knowledge is an illusion, and every individual constructs their own conception of reality which (while susceptible to the demands of "real" or normal reality) does not necessarily align with the normal paradigm. Constructivism does embrace this relativistic and existential approach to reality, but it also holds as a primary value the idea of constraint which enables the thinkers to participate in social interaction and mainstream reality. (Glasersfeld)



One interesting area of constructionist theory is…. [read more]


Social Media Retailing Applications: Opportunities Dissertation

… For instance, social media sites Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others are wrongly regarded by marketing executives as being mere "chat rooms" for adolescent socializing and nothing more (Keifer 2010). In reality, though, business is booming on social media networks. Indeed, since 2003, the number of social media site users has nearly doubled, and the time spent visiting and navigating these sites has grown by a staggering 883%! (Kunz & Hackworth 2011). According to Kunz and Hackworth (2011, p. 2), "In 2008 alone, the amount of time spent on social networking sites increased 73%. A large percentage (85%) of social media networking users want companies to interact with them using social media applications."

Today, sixty times a minute, every hour, 24 hours a day, social media…. [read more]


Technology Story Idea Term Paper

… Technology Story

STORY IDEA:

When I was a young kid in elementary school, like most of my friends, I spent a lot of time out of doors. My mom would switch off the television set, as I yelled in complaint about missing the end of a show I had already seen three times. As she was pushing me out the door she would say, "There's no way you are going to sit around and watch TV all day. You need the fresh air." When I complained once again, "What will we play?" she responded, "Use your imagination."

And that is what we did. We would play Star Wars and Monster and baseball and soccer and whatever else came up at the moment. Sometimes we took…. [read more]


Behavioral Finance and Human Interaction Term Paper

… Retail sales can serve as a measure of the economy's strength. Low retails sales often mean that the economy is weak, which could cause a drop in the Federal Reserve interest rates.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the average change in the prices that consumers pay for a fixed amount of goods and services. The Federal Reserve monitors this data and uses it as a key measure if inflationary pressure on the economy. As a general rule, if the CPI's value increases, the money supply will tighten.

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures economic activity. It is the output of all goods and services created by labor and property in the United States. GDP provides important information on the current economic climate.

Characteristics of…. [read more]


School-Based Intervention Trials for the Prevention of Childhood Obesity Research Proposal

… School-Based Intervention Trials for the Prevention of Childhood Obesity

When it comes to the issue of childhood obesity, there are many factors that have to be considered. Proper parenting is important, the media is blamed for a lot of the obesity that is seen today, and, increasingly, the schools are also being blamed for not working hard enough at ensuring that the children in their care eat properly and get enough exercise. This study looks at interventions in schools as a way to curb the rising epidemic of childhood obesity.

This is very important, because these overweight children turn into overweight adults, and as this takes place their risks for serious disease not only rise, but they start much earlier than they would have if…. [read more]


Reforms at Universities - Athletes Should Receive Compensation Literature Review

… ¶ … college and universities should undergo reform, and that athletes should receive compensation from their institutions of higher learning is not a new idea. It's been around for many years, and the arguments pro and con have been hashed out in meaningful ways by untold thousands of scholars, economists, journalists, athletes and others. This paper presents many of those points-of-view, and takes the position that indeed, college / university athletes, in certain circumstances, should be paid for their efforts.

Notre Dame Law Review -- Play and be Paid?

Lee Goldman explained 25 years ago that the bowl games in the 1988-89 collegiate football season netted $66 million - $53 million of which went to the schools that participated in those bowl games. That pales…. [read more]


GOP's 2016 Tax Reform Proposal Term Paper

… [26: Bill Vlasic, Trump, in Meeting, Urges Automakers to Build in United States, The New York Times (2017), https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/24/business/trump-us-automakers-meeting.html (last visited Apr 24, 2017).] [27: Geoff Colvin, Donald Trump's Border Tax May Not Hit American Importers at All Donald Trump's Border Tax May Not Hit American Importers at All, Fortune.com (2017), http://fortune.com/2017/02/10/the-border-adjustment-tax-may-have-zero-effect-on-american-companies/ (last visited Apr 24, 2017).] [28: Adam Samson, US Exports Take the Strain of a Strong Dollar, Financial Times, https://www.ft.com/content/16c337d0-8d2c-34e4-be3d-23aceace7c4f (last visited Apr 24, 2017).]



The direct impact on American workers is considerably hypothetical -- but there are likely a number of variables that could impact their situation, with the border adjustment tax being merely one of them. Isolated as a mechanism to create job growth in the U.S., theoretically…. [read more]


Smart Watches and Their Evaluation Term Paper

… There were 6 options for this question. The question sought to get an idea about the literacy level of the participant. The reason behind adding this question is that according to the general trend, the more a person is educated, the more he or she will make use of technological things because he or she will have a better understanding of the technological devices. Similarly, it has been expected that illiterate people will have low usability of the smart watches. The second section of the questionnaire focuses on the products. It is based on 8 questions related to the product. These questions have been asked by the participant in order to learn about the attitude and level of usage of the participants. Apart from that…. [read more]


Generation X Book Report

… Historical Trend for Generation X

For the second year in a row in 2009, Gen X reportedly comprises the most financially stressed of all contemporary generations. Smaller savings and a dearth of confidence in Social Security serve as dual stresses for Xers. One primary concern, according to 62% of Xers in a 2009 study that Scottrade, an online investment firm, commissioned, is that Social Security will run out of money. Gen X's top financial concern that 64% of participants reported involves the worry they will not have enough money for retirement. Gen X reportedly expressed more concern than any other generation regarding the following issues:

Paying for unexpected, major expenses (61%)

Managing day -- to -- day expenses (60%)

Having too much debt (57%)

Paying…. [read more]

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